Sold: Walker Loft 311, Meyer and Holler (1929) / Interstices (2002)
115 W. 4th St. Loft 311 Long Beach CA 90802
1 BD | 1 BA | 1,462 SF | Map
Historic Walker Building, by architects Meyer & Holler (1929.) Skillfully adapted by Interstices Architects. One of the first loft adaptations in the city, it remains the most sought after. A prime location at 4th & Pine; the building's revival anticipated the once again vibrant downtown it is at the center of. A true loft in every sense of the word, with intact details of an historic building providing backdrop for a modern & industrial aesthetic. Towering concrete support pillars, raw board formed concrete, and monumental sash hung wood windows are just a few historic details. As a corner unit, light floods the space from both North & East facings, and allows views in both directions. The loft's original open plan, 13' ceilings, and polished concrete floors remain, but a modern, streamlined kitchen workspace is now the focal point. Reform Basis cabinets in Olive linoleum surround all new professional grade DCS appliances, finished with beautiful White Oak as countertop. A Marble topped island table with Vipp pendants overhead creates additional counter space & a place to gather. A sleek bathroom remodel has white rectangular stacked tile walls & black hexagonal tile as flooring. Duravit wall mount sinks bask in filtered light of clerestory windows above. Stackable laundry + storage separates the bath from walk-in closet. Common area for the building is at rooftop: with panoramic views, outdoor fireplace, & BBQ area. Includes deeded parking + storage at subterranean garage. Forced air heating and cooling. All appliances remain with the property. $598/mo HOA fee.
Nate Cole 562.673.3550